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HEMOCYANIN SUBUNIT COMPOSITION IN THE AMERICAN LOBSTER HOMARUS AMERICANUS

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ABSTRACT The monomeric subunit composition of the O2 carrier hemocyanin was examined in a sample of American lobsters from Long Island Sound. The findings were compared with data obtained from a sample of animals that had been held under relatively stable conditions in the laboratory for months or even years. Both samples were somewhat polymorphic. The Long Island Sound sample was no more variable than the laboratory sample, however, indicating that the limited variation is a characteristic of the species and not a product of acclimation to stable conditions.

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1997-01-01
2016-12-07

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